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October 17, 1966
Duffy Daugherty, Michigan State football coach, after Center Walt For-man, whose grade average was 3.89 out of a possible 4.0, quit the team to enter medical school: "We've learned our lesson. We won't recruit...
November 28, 1966
College Basketball's Special Issue has the first close-up portrait of Lew Alcindor, all the UCLA sophomores in color, scouting reports and a study of the big-man problem.
December 05, 1966
The kids get taller, the courts seem smaller and the scores go higher. The game itself is faster and demands a hip audience. On the following 34 pages are keys to appreciation of the action to come—the first closeup...
December 05, 1966 | Garry Valk
Our College Basketball Issue last year featured an article on how to beat the zone press, the defensive tactic that seemed to be taking over the game. Sure enough, somebody beat it. No team that used the zone press...
August 21, 1967
•Warren Woodson, New Mexico State coach, commenting on a new 300-pound lineman: "He's 6-4 and we had to have a special jersey made for him because of his 22-inch biceps. He was too big for the Army. I like 4-Fs like...